Knowing how to select the appropriate shielding gas for the application can go far in helping obtain the desired welding performance and minimizing the downtime for rework caused by poor weld quality. Here are some of the basics of what you should know about shielding gases.
The variety of shielding gases used in arc welding can be confusing as to when to use which gas for which application. Here are some basic guidelines to follow.
Their EVOS Ci gas cylinder valve wins the Red Dot Award: Product Design 2015 for international product design.
The industrial welding gas supplier reported that first quarter sales increased by 3 percent over the prior year, to $1.31 billion, and they anticipate long-term growth in U.S. manufacturing.
Estimates reveal that up to one-third of global acetylene retail sales are collected and transported in unventilated vehicles that could build up flammable acetylene in the event of a leak. Many vehicles are also not fitted with appropriate restraints to prevent cylinders from toppling over and knocking open handwheel valves.
Components of the versatile and adaptable I-Purge and I-Purge X Modular Inflatable Bladder Systems combine to offer welders more customized solutions for pipe purging than ever before.
These proportional gas mixers precisely combine Argon Helium, Argon Hydrogen and Argon Oxygen and eliminate the stratification of these gases after sitting for long periods of time.
Victor Technologies offers general purpose to corrosive and toxic grade 6.0 gas solutions with aesthetic and ergonomic designs coupled with improved snap-on tamper proof gauges.